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Josh Gunn detests space pirates. When he and his android partner, Cherry Kang, tangle with a bad one, they crash their shot-up spaceship in unfamiliar territory. Struggling to survive, they find a crazy alien who talks to an invisible partner, giant energy eating snakes and a new enemy. This enemy threatens to destroy a planet along with millions of people. Now Josh and Cherry are hunting them. More
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About Terry Compton

Terry Compton has raced stock cars, rode horses across the Scapegoat Wilderness, fished and hunted most of his adult life while working at several different jobs. He is an Air Force veteran and served in the Air National Guard for several years. He is currently the owner, chief welder and installer for an ornamental iron business where he has made several award winning metal creations and is now turning this creativity to writing.

Terry loves to read science fiction, westerns and mystery stories. Some of his favorite authors are Clive Cussler, Robert Ludlum, Tom Clancy, Andre Norton, Poul Anderson, Robert Heinlein, Louie L'Amour, Zane Grey and Anne McCaffery. He is currently learning about 'indie' authors who are publishing e-books.

Terry currently lives in Montana with his wife and a dog who thinks she is a short furry people.

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Review by: kom78 on July 12, 2016 :
Really fun read and a great series, I have thoroughly enjoyed the books set in this universe and will be checking for more. Terry has a great immersive writing style that makes the words leap off the page as your taken into the story.
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Review by: Richard Gates on June 13, 2015 :
I liked the this story. Definitely a good read and I'm getting the next one.
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Review by: JP on Jan. 4, 2015 :
Linear in presentation, no jumping from one group of people to another set in another galaxy. The progression is in one local. Definitely a good read with enough action to keep one's attention.
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